Honda CR-V Defective Door Lock Class Action Settlement

A class action settlement was reached with American Honda Motor Co., Inc.  to resolve allegations that the door locks in its Honda CR-V from model years 2007 -2008 and certain 2009 Honda CR-Vs are defective. If you purchased or leased a Honda CR-V... Read More »

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Ally Financial Investigation Looking into Securities Fraud

Securities fraud – also known as stock fraud and investment fraud – is the violation of securities laws by inducing investors into buying or selling stocks or commodities based on fraudulent or misrepresented information, a practice that results in the investor losing... Read More »

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Zithromax Patients Bear Risk of Stevens Johnson Syndrome

Many patients take Zithromax for bacterial infections without experiencing adverse side effects. However, in rare cases, the popular antibiotic can lead to a serious condition known as Stevens Johnson Syndrome. Stevens Johnson Syndrome, or SJS, is a painful, debilitating, and potentially deadly... Read More »

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Ohio Woman Sues Daiichi Sankyo For Benicar Intestine Damage

Ohio plaintiff Vicki C. is suing Japanese pharmaceutical giant, Daiichi Sankyo, for the injuries she allegedly suffered from using Benicar. Vicki claims that in direct result of using Benicar, she suffered severe intestinal damage, sprue-like enteropathy, and other long-lasting consequences. Vicki was... Read More »

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Risky 401K Investments May Land McDonalds In Trouble

A class action lawsuit investigation is underway, alleging that McDonald's, the world’s most popular fast food chain, breached their fiduciary duty to their Directors of Operations, District Managers and Trainers, Supervisors, and Managers by recklessly managing their employee retirement savings fund, causing these... Read More »

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FCC Commissioner Calls for TCPA Clarification

An FCC commissioner has expressed empathy for the business community’s desire for clarification regarding restrictions on unsolicited contact with consumers. Early this April, Commissioner Michael O’Rielly of the Federal Communications Commission addressed the Association of National Advertisers. He raised the issue of expanding... Read More »

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Neurontin for Anxiety During Pregnancy May Risk Birth Defects

The popular anti-seizure drug Neurontin has found a frequent off-label use as treatment for anxiety. However, it’s still not certain whether using Neurontin while pregnant is safe for the unborn child. Neurontin is Pfizer Inc.’s brand name for its drug known generically... Read More »

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So Many Commercial Trucks Means Accidents Are Common

Commercial trucking is a major industry in the United States. It generates an annual revenue of $650 billion, which accounts for 5 percent of the nation’s gross domestic product. With so many commercial trucks on the road it shouldn't be surprising that... Read More »

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Drugmaker Seeking FDA Approval for Fourth Use of Pradaxa

Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals Inc. announced it submitted a supplemental new drug application for Pradaxa to be used to prevent deep venous thrombosis (DVT) and pulmonary embolism (PE) among patients who have undergone primary elective total hip replacement surgery. If this Pradaxa supplemental drug... Read More »

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Target Data Breach Class Action Settlement

Do you remember the massive massive Target data breach that occurred over the 2013 holiday season? A $10 million class action settlement has finally been reached, and you may be eligible to claim a cash payment if your credit/debit card information and/or your personal... Read More »

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Bayer One-A-Day WeightSmart Class Action Settlement

Consumers who purchased Bayer One-A-Day WeightSmart vitamins in the State of Florida from Jan. 1, 2002 through Jan. 8, 2015 may be eligible to claim between $15 and $250 from a class action lawsuit settlement over claims the dietary supplements were deceptively advertised. If granted... Read More »

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Airgas FACTA Class Action Settlement

Airgas USA LLC and Airgas Inc. have agreed to settle a class action lawsuit that alleges they violated the Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act (FACTA) by printing the expiration dates of payment cards on receipts. If you made a purchase from... Read More »

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